Cultural fits were - and still are - what many hiring managers looked for to fill open positions. However, the focus is now shifting to cultural adds. Learn what a cultural addition is and how they'll benefit your organization.
It’s important that organizations invest in optimizing their first touchpoints with job seekers. Or, they risk losing out on great talent. Here’s how to ensure your organization is making the best possible first impression and attracting great talent, even in the most competitive talent markets.
Employee turnover is expensive, and replacing employees is a time-consuming process. To mitigate turnover and increase retention, you’ll need to understand why people stay in jobs and bring those practices into your own organization. By doing so, you’ll save time, money, and effort.
Your company culture is important to the productivity, engagement, loyalty, and overall well-being of your employees. Toxic, negative, and lackluster cultures have a detrimental impact on everyone. Here, we’ll discuss the 2 most common types of toxic work environments.